SHORT - $32
Any cut where the hair ends above the earlobes that uses any combo of scissors and/or more than two clipper guards.
LONG - $45
Hair below your earlobe? That’s a long cut.
Buzz - $20
Any cut requiring only clippers, up to 2 guards.
Skin Fade - $45
Bang Trim - $10
Trim those bangs.
Neck Trim - $10
Clean up the neckline in between haircuts.
CONSULTATION - FREE
Always free and always provided before a color service begins. Determines length of time service will take and estimate of service price.
COLOR - $75+
Color a portion of your hair or all your hair.
HIGHLIGHTS - $100+
Color or highlights done with foils or balayage.
CORRECTIVE - $110/ hr
A chemical process that changes hair more than two levels of color.
GREY BLENDING - $40**
Evenly blends grey color on short hair.
Deluxe Shave - $45**
Hot towel shave on the face, head, or both.
Beard Trim - $10*
Trim, shape, or clean up facial hair.
Shampoo - $10*
It's a massage, it's a shampoo, it's great.
Style - $35 / HALF HR**
Wash, blow dry, and/or style with hot tools. Can also refer to clipper designs or linework shaved into the hair.
Blow Out - $45
Conditioning - $30**
Shampoo, deep conditioning treatment, and blow dry.
Plex Treatment - $50
Hair bond treatment that reduces damage from chemical services.
Natural Keratin Smoothing Treatment - $275
The Express Keratin Blowout - $150
California has rolled back its progress with re-opening phases in the wake of increased Covid-19 virus spread. Santa Clara County was one of the last jurisdictions given the go-ahead to continue to “Phase 3”, which includes safely opening “personal services of high risk,” examples like barbershops, hair salons, and tattoo parlors. Santa Clara county opened… Read more ›July 15, 2020
The Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce held their weekly Facebook Live session “Open for Business”. The show delves into successes and challenges faced by businesses in their section of Orange County especially in the wake of a pandemic. Hosted by Steve Smith, this week’s topic was “Local Hair Salon Opening Strategy”. Lea Chicoine,… Read more ›May 19, 2020
Bishops San Jose Downtown was one of the first locations in the Bay Area and recently celebrated their 2nd anniversary. March 7th saw the shop in full party mode for the occasion. Cakes with Bri made a delicious hair clipper cake for the event along with local Thai food stalwarts SantiThai bringing some of the… Read more ›March 8, 2020
Bishops Walnut Creek has a new partnership with the Pacific Center for Human Growth. The non-profit has been a staple in the Bay Area LGBTQIA+ community since their formation in 1973. On the first Tuesday of each month, Bishops will be donating 20% of shop proceeds to the PCHG with the first drive kicking off… Read more ›February 24, 2020
Bishops East Irvine, South Irvine and Lake Forest are teaming up for their first partnership with University of Irvine. The shops will have a booth at the UCI homecoming festival on Saturday February 29th. Stylists from all 3 shops will be on hand to provide simple hairstyling and temporary blue and gold hair colors with… Read more ›February 21, 2020
Bishops Pleasanton is gearing up to help some young ladies realize their full life potential through soccer! Between February 23rd and February 29th, the shop will be donating 20% of service totals to Girls Soccer Worldwide, an organization whose aims are to create an equal opportunities for girls to have access to playing fields, stay… Read more ›February 15, 2020
Bishops Pleasanton needs your help! There’s plenty of time to get your votes in for Diablo Magazine’s Best of the East Bay 2020 reader’s poll. The shop is hoping to be a nominated in the “Barbershop” and “Women’s Salon” categories of the poll (Bishops as a company offers Gender Neutral services and pricing). Votes are… Read more ›February 6, 2020
Bishops San Jose Downtown continues to build lasting relationships with their local community at large. Of course being in the Silicon Valley, Bishops was a natural to hold a Yelp event. January 14th brought Yelp Elite members looking to check out the hairshop. Staff was on hand to provide haircuts, beard trims and styled looks… Read more ›January 22, 2020
Bishops was delighted to welcome back renowned Pulp Riot color educator Kaseyoh (also known as Kasey Ohara Skrobe). Bishops San Jose Downtown hosted the color class January 13th with other area Bishops: Campbell, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and Pleasanton also joining in the fun “Look & Learn” training session. Kasey’s specialty is of course Rainbow… Read more ›January 19, 2020